Saturday Indesign is just around the corner, and you can win big at this one-day design extravaganza. There is a prize pool of over $20,000.
Including a golden ticket…
Step 1: Register for Saturday Indesign today
Step 2: Visit Cosentino and Gaggenau on 22 June, get creative and submit your design for the next Dekton by Cosentino colour.
Also, up for grabs, are a bunch of other fabulous prizes by some of Australia’s most prominent design brands. For your chance to win…
- Remember to Register now and attend on 22 June.
- Take a pic of you and your crew in one of the showrooms below to win the prize they have donated.
- To go into the draw to win the showroom’s prize, you just need to tag the showroom, tag @saturdayindesign and four friends or colleagues.
- That’s it!
Here’s a sneak peek of the other prizes on offer.
Take a seat in one of these…
Carmen MK II Chair
With leopard skin making a comeback in luxury fashion, could home interiors be far behind? The Carmen MKII chair from the Catherine Martin for Mokum Collection makes a dramatic statement with its iconic ‘Leopardo’ upholstery. Leopardo is Catherine’s take on this textile classic, woven in glamorous Italian jacquard with a sateen weave ground, allowing the iconic leopard spot to sit proudly in luminous viscose chenille. The MK II chair is valued at $2,070.
2 x Mono Black Lounge Chairs by WOUD
The Mono lounge chair maintains a simplicity of form despite its challenging makeup. The design’s success can be attributed to Grada, a revolutionary wooden material that can be folded like a sheet of paper into a cone shape. These stylish lounge chairs are valued at $1,699.
2 x Libera Armchairs by Stua
Created by Jesus and Jon Gasca, comfort and style inform the design of the Libera Armchair. With a classic silhouette expressed through a fluid connection between the chair’s legs and armrest, Libera is ideal for home, hospitality or workplace settings. The armchair’s frame is made up of solid Walnut, or Ash stained in black, while the seat is upholstered in fabric or leather options. The armchair pair is valued at $4,000.
Orange Slice Chair
Anyone who sees several Orange Slice chairs grouped together cannot fail to be touched by the playfulness of the composition. From different visual angles, the Orange Slice shows several stages of ﾑcurl upﾒ. In fact, the chair seems to change shape every time you look at it. The chair comprises two completely identical shells of pressed beech, covered with foam on a chromed or powder coated metal frame. The winner can choose from a selection of Kvadrat Hallingdale 1965 Fabric. The Orange Slice Chair by Artifort is valued at $3828.
Or how about…
Bloop Coffee Table
A refined design by Regular Company for Artisan, the Bloop Coffee table is hand finished and made from solid European Oak, with a lightweight form. Beautifully positioned as a pair with the low lying coffee table, or separated to suit your design requirements. This sinuous coffee table is valued at $1795.
Wolf Gourmet High-Performance Blender
Transform the way you prepare food in the kitchen. The Wolf Gourmet High-Performance Blender is a multi-tasking, must-have tool that’ll help you whip up the most delicious sauces, chop vegetables, whip cream, churn butter and grind grains…all in a jiffy. The high-performance blender is valued $689.
Wolf Gourmet 4 Slice Toaster
Who doesn’t love a crisp, buttery toast or an English muffin for breakfast? Wolf Gourmet’s Slice toaster offers extra-wide toast slots for muffins, crumpets and artisanal bread. It even comes with self-centring bread guides for even browning and an extended bread lifter for easy removal.
The gourmet toaster is valued at $599.
Fa Setto I Rug by Teresa Ceberek
The Fa Setto I rug, through its multi-faceted patterns, colours and unusual geometric shapes, emulates the appearance of vividly-coloured crystals and gemstones. A real stunner valued at $2,500.
The Material City book
Explore the concept of urban density in The Material City, edited and curated by Ron Ringer. The book consists of 50 projects and 20 essays, bringing together the work of illustrious Australian architects and designers who address this growing phenomenon in innovative ways. An absolute feast for the visual senses.